MONSE’s Victim Services team will promote safety, healing, justice and rights for victims and survivors of relational violence and exploitation, to include access to a seamless web of multidisciplinary and comprehensive services to meet their short and long-term needs. We use a trauma-informed, healing-centered, and partnership-based approach to preventing violence and co-producing public safety.
"By electing Mayor Brandon Scott, Baltimore residents have demanded a change in how we approach public safety. It’s an honor to serve this community that I love during this historic moment where we are tasked with thinking boldly about how to build a safer and more equitable Baltimore. I believe now is the time to aggressively invest in dismantling structural racism and concentrated poverty, and redirect resources to community-based organizations that increase collective efficacy in neighborhoods suffering from disinvestment and the criminal justice system.”
Associate Director of Planning, Policy, and Coordination
What does the Victim Services Team do?
Our team helps facilitate city-wide services to families and individuals who have experienced traumatic or stressful experiences. These kinds of experiences tend to have a direct correlation to long-term negative health and social outcomes. Our programs are:
We are always looking for help from the community to
help us co-produce public safety.